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Lift High the Cross

Author: George Kitchin; Michael Newbolt Hymnal: CYBER #3746 Meter: 10.10 with refrain First Line: Led on their way by this triumphant sign Refrain First Line: Lift high the cross, the love of Christ proclaim Lyrics: Refrain Lift high the cross, the love of Christ proclaim, Till all the world adore His sacred name. 1. Led on their way by this triumphant sign, The hosts of God in conquering ranks combine. [Refrain] 2. Each newborn servant of the Crucified Bears on the brow the seal of Him who died. [Refrain] 3. O Lord, once lifted on the glorious tree, As Thou hast promised, draw the world to Thee. [Refrain] 4. So shall our song of triumph ever be: Praise to the Crucified for victory. [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: CRUCIFER (Nicholson)

ക്രൂശുയർത്തിൻ തൻ സ്നേ-ഹം ഘോഷിപ്പാൻ

Author: George W. Kitchin; Michael R. Newbolt; Simon Zachariah Hymnal: CYBER #14607 Meter: 10.10 with refrain Refrain First Line: ദൈവ ജന-ത്തെ മുൻ നയിക്കുവാനായ് Lyrics: 1 ക്രൂശുയർത്തിൻ തൻ സ്നേ-ഹം ഘോഷിപ്പാൻ ഭൂലോകം വാ-ഴ്ത്തട്ടേ തൻ പൊൻ നാമം ചരണങ്ങൾ: ദൈവ ജന-ത്തെ മുൻ നയിക്കുവാനായ് മുന്നേ പോകും ക്രൂശതിൻ കൊടി 2 വീണ്ടും ജനിച്ച ക്രൂശതിന്റെ ഭ്രുത്യർ നെറ്റിയിലേന്തും ക്രൂശതിൻ മുദ്ര [ചരണങ്ങൾ] 3 വാഗ്ദത്തം പോലെ തന്നോടടുപ്പിപ്പാൻ അന്നു നാഥൻ ക്രൂശതിലേറി [ചരണങ്ങൾ] 4 ജയത്തിൻ ഗാനം എന്നും മുഴക്കീടാം ക്രൂശിൻ ജയം സ്തോത്രമായെന്നും. [ചരണങ്ങൾ] Languages: Malayalam Tune Title: CRUCIFER

Lord, Not for Light in Darkness

Author: John Drinkwater, 1882-1937 Hymnal: CYBER #3953 Meter: First Line: Lord, not for light in darkness do we pray Lyrics: 1. Lord, not for light in darkness do we pray, Not that the veil be lifted from our eyes, Not that the slow ascension of our day Be otherwise. 2. We know the paths wherein our feet should press, Across our hearts are written Thy decrees; Yet now O Lord, be merciful to bless, With more than these. 3. Grant us the will to fashion as we feel; Grant us the strength to labor as we know; Grant us the purpose, ribbed and edged with steel, To strike the blow. 4. Knowledge we ask not, knowledge Thou hast lent, But Lord, the will, there lies our bitter need; Give us to build above the deep intent The deed, the deed. Languages: English Tune Title: STONEY


Author: Hannah J. Lewis, 1816-1885 Hymnal: CYBER #12724 Meter: First Line: When will the boon for which I daily pray Lyrics: 1 When will the boon for which I daily pray, Descend with healing on my troubled way, And chase the shadows from my darkened day? In God’s good time. 2 If I am sinning in my daily prayer, If what I ask would prove a curse, a snare, When shall the whisper come, O soul, beware? In God’s good time. 3 Till then I battle strong with hope delayed, And plead with patience for her potent aid: When shall the strife be o’er, the tempest stayed? In God’s good time. 4 May I be firm to hope, to trust, to wait, Earnest but humble at the heav’nly gate, Through which the good I crave may crown my fate. In God’s good time. And should it come not, should the light of years Go out beneath a flood of blinding tears, I’ll bide the dawn which soon or late appears. In God’s good time. Languages: English Tune Title: STONEY

Almighty Father, Unoriginate

Author: Ernest E. Dugmore Hymnal: CYBER #47 Meter: 10.10.10 D Lyrics: 1. Almighty Father, unoriginate, Whom no man hath seen ever, nor can see; Who reignest blest and only potentate, Light unapproachable encircling Thee: Almighty Father, hallowed be Thy name; Who ever art, unchangeably the same. 2. Thou lovest us, else had we never been: Before we were, in ages long ago, Thy love had us and all our wants foreseen, Creating us that we Thy love might know, Yea, Father, Thou, in whom we live and move, Hast loved us with an everlasting love. 3. Thou madest man immortal at the first, An image of Thine own eternity; And when he fell from life, through sin accursed, And lost his right to the life giving tree, Thy love, unconquered would to him restore His life ennobled and forevermore. 4. Such was Thy love, Thou didst not even spare Thy Best-beloved, but gav’st Him for us all; To live that human life beyond compare, And dying, by His death retrieve our fall. In Him Thy love unbounded we behold, For, giving Him, Thou canst not aught withhold. 5. Thou knowest what we are, how frail and blind, Thou still rememberest that we are but dust: Like as a father pitieth, Thou art kind, Thy justice kindness, and Thy kindness just. Then hear Thy children’s prayer from Heav’n Thy throne; Father, Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done. Languages: English Tune Title: OLD 50TH

And Truly It Is a Most Glorious Thing

Author: William Bradford Hymnal: CYBER #289 Meter: 10.10.10 D Lyrics: 1. And truly it is a most glorious thing Thus to hear men pray and God’s praises sing, O how great comfort is it now to see— The churches to enjoy full liberty. And to have the Gospel preachèd here with power, And such wolves repelled as all would else devour. 2. But God will still for His people provide Such as be able them to help and guide, If they cleave to Him and do not forsake— His laws and truth and their own ways do take. If thou hast viewed the camp of Israel, How God in the wilderness with them did dwell. 3. His great and marvelous works they here saw, And He them taught in His most holy law, A small emblem hereof thou mayest see, How God hath dealt with them in some degree, For much of Himself they now there have seen, And marvelous to them His works have been. Languages: English Tune Title: SONG 24 (Gibbons

Hail, Gladdening Light

Author: Anonymous; John Keble Hymnal: CYBER #2097 Meter: 10.10.10 D First Line: Hail, gladdening Light, of His pure glory poured Lyrics: 1. Hail, gladdening Light, of His pure glory poured, Who is immortal Father, heavenly blest; Highest and holiest—Jesus Christ our Lord! Now are we come to the sun’s hour of rest; All times are ordered in Thy Word alone, Therefore the day and night Thy glories own. 2. The lights of evening now around us shine; We hymn Thy blest humanity divine; Worthiest art Thou at all times to be sung, By grateful hearts, with undefilèd tongue, Son of our God, Giver of life, alone! Therefore shall all the worlds Thy glories own. Languages: English Tune Title: SUNDOWN

O Word Immortal of Eternal God

Author: Emperor Justinian, 483-565; Thomas A. Lacey Hymnal: CYBER #5519 Meter: 10.10.10 D Lyrics: 1. O Word immortal of eternal God, Only begotten of the only source, For our salvation stooping to the course Of human life, and born of Mary’s blood. In equal honor with the Holy Ghost, And with th’eternal Father glorified. 2. Sprung from the ever virgin womanhood Of her who bare Thee, God immutable, Incarnate, made as man with man to dwell, And condescending to the bitter Rood; In equal honor with the Holy Ghost, And with th’eternal Father glorified. 3. Save us, O Christ, our God, for Thou hast died To save Thy people to the uttermost, And dying tramplest death in victory; One of the ever blessèd Trinity, In equal honor with the Holy Ghost, And with th’eternal Father glorified. Languages: English Tune Title: SONG 24 (Gibbons)

Since Through God's Mercy

Author: Susan H. Peterson Hymnal: CYBER #6100 Meter: 10.10.10 D First Line: Since through God's mercy this ministry's ours Lyrics: 1. Since through God’s mercy this ministry’s ours, Bringing men righteousness through God’s great power, We don’t lose heart but renounce shameful ways; We don’t deceive but the truth plainly say. To unbelievers our message is veiled; They are made blind by the god of this world. But God who said, Let the dark turn to light, Shined in our hearts with His glory so bright. 2. We are hard pressed on all sides but not crushed; We are perplexed, but we never give up; We’re persecuted but not left by God; We are struck down, but we’re never destroyed. We have this treasure in jars made of clay, That God’s great power and not ours be displayed. Within our bodies Christ’s death do we show, That Jesus’ life in us now may be known. 3. We know we’ll be raised with Jesus one day; Therefore, our trials do not cause dismay. Though on the outside we’re wasting away, Inwardly we are renewed day by day. Our present troubles will soon pass away; Eternal glory they’ll bring us some day. We fix our eyes not on what we can see; Only the unseen will eternal be. Languages: English Tune Title: WHITTLE

When He Shall Appear

Author: Loula K. Rogers Hymnal: CYBER #8304 Meter: 10.10.10 D First Line: No one can tell when the Savior shall come Refrain First Line: "We shall be like Him," "When He shall appear!" Lyrics: 1 No one can tell when the Savior shall come, Whether in day, or in night’s solemn gloom; But this we know, and it bringeth sweet cheer— Refrain: "We shall be like Him," "When He shall appear!" When He shall appear, when He shall appear We shall be like Him, when He shall appear! 2 Oh, blessèd hope, that hath lifted the weak, And thrilled with rapture the thirsty who seek Joy at the fountain that flows ever clear, [Refrain] 3 Even to me this sweet promise is giv’n! That I may shine in the glory of Heav’n; Life’s heavy burdens I’ll cheerfully bear; [Refrain] 4 Oh, let us strive, then, to work with a will. Soon He will come and His promise fulfill. Ever be ready His summons to hear, [Refrain] Languages: English Tune Title: HUNTINGTON BEACH


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